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Switched from 2.80E to 3.20E SL7B8 C0

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Lancelot

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First experiences: The 2.80E defaulted to 1.3875Vcore, the 3.20E defaults to 1.3625V. Now burning in @225FSB 3.60Ghz 1.4875Vcore using Prime95 and one SETI WU. This sucker runs hotter than the 2.80E though but maybe the AS3 needs to settle in first. So far 250FSB 4Ghz is a total no-go, but I'm not looking to blow up my rig in the first few days of testing anyways! We'll see what this baby's sweet spot is during next week I guess...
 

Stratcat

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I've got 3 OC'd P4C's wearing Zalman 7000cu's, and running two concurrent Disrtributed Computing clients (SETI & CPDN), 24/7.

This is pretty similar to the config you're using for burn-in.

I'm intersted in seeing how the Zalman handles an OC'd Pressie with your current set-up.

How're your temps looking?

Strat
 
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Lancelot

Lancelot

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Ok Strat: load temps at 1.4875V are in the high 60C's @3.6 but what I really like is that this chip does 3.4Ghz 100% stable with just 1.3625V and temps are around 57C with 22C ambient right now.